Jalisco Governor arrives in Puerto Vallarta this Tuesday to inaugurate several events


This Tuesday the Governor of the state, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, will be in Puerto Vallarta to attend a series of events that will take place in this city, including the 21st edition of the National Meeting of Food and Community Development, organized by the National System for the Integral Development of the Family (SNDIF) and the Federal Health Secretariat.

According to the information provided by the Puerto Vallarta City Council, the inauguration of this National Meeting will be headed by the head of the National System for the Integral Development of the Family, María del Rocío García PérezAlfaro Ramírez; the municipal president of this port, Luis Alberto Michel Rodríguez and the coordinator of the Jalisco Solidario Volunteering, Joanna Sinaí Santillán Álvarez. 

This congress will be held in hybrid mode with various guests from the state and federal level, however, all attendees must present a negative PCR or antigen test to be allowed access to the opening event, this as part of the health protocols.

It is important to mention that it is not the first time that these measures have been requested. A few months ago, in another event that the state president attended, negative tests were also requested since it was the first COVID-19 free event in the city.

This congress is scheduled to begin at 10 in the morning and end at 11:30, since Alfaro Ramírez will also attend this same day the celebration of one more anniversary of the Day of the Mexican Navy, which is scheduled to begin At 11 in the morning, however, it is known that a few minutes of tolerance have been requested for him to arrive at the facilities of the Naval Zone because he will be in the other aforementioned event.

So far, these two events have been confirmed, although the agenda could change or increase two other activities since there are many pending still in the city. Likewise, some demonstrations are expected from some citizens, especially parents who demand the return to face-to-face classes, however, there are no infrastructure conditions in their schools.

Source: tribunadelabahia.com.mx

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